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"She talked like an angel but lived like a woman."


"I'm Mimi. Mimi Nyguen," I laughed, awkwardly shaking his hand.

He gave me a small smile, "Sorry to say, but you don't look Asian."

"I am. Just got lost in translation with all the Irish blood in me."

I blushed, and I suddenly found myself starting to cheer up. There was something about him that made me feel comfortable with myself.

I tilted my head down to conceal my reddened face, but his finger lifted my chin back up to meet his eyes.

"I think it's cute," he winked.

The original feeling of nervousness came back to my throat and I was immediately at a loss for words.

He just called me cute. I felt like he was out of my league, and he called me cute.

I sighed heavily and remembered the thought of going home.

I didn't want to stay at the club any longer, but I also didn't want to head back home. Especially after how the night turned out to be.

"I-I'm sor-"

He held up a hand to keep me from apologizing, and he gave me the sweetest smile. His eyes hid an obvious feeling of anger, but I tried to ignore it as much as I could. I knew it wasn't toward me.

"Apologizing for your emotions it's not something you're allowed to do from here on out. I'm sure you've apologized enough for useless things already," he bluntly replied.

My eyes widened.

It was as if he did understand me. I couldn't help but wonder if he had been through something like this before, or he was just that empathetic.


I gave him a tired smirk, "Okay."

He outstretched a hand for me to take and I slowly accepted it. I was still scared about what was going to happen. I was also finding out that I had barely any self-control when it came to me being around him.

"You look like you're about to pass out."

I scoffed at him as I held on to his shoulder, "Gee. Thanks."

He laughed the most magical laugh I've ever heard, and I felt an automatic smirk make its way on to my lips.

"Do you have anywhere to go that's not your place?" he asked as he stopped walking.

I turned around with a raised eyebrow.

"How'd you know we lived together?"

He shrugged and gave him a sly smile again, "With a relationship like what you have, I'd be surprised if you weren't."

Good point. I was just too paranoid.

"No. No, I don't," I said sadly.

Another headache was about to start back up, and, this time, it was going to be even bigger.

"Then, you're staying with me."

My whole body froze, and my eyes dared to not blink. My head started reeling with so many imaginary scenarios between him and I, and I liked them way too much.

No, it was a bad idea.

"What?" my voice filled with shock.

I felt like my eyes were bugging out of my skull.

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